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Thread: The Non-Classical 'I'm Currently Listening To...' Topic

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    Default The Non-Classical 'I'm Currently Listening To...' Topic

    I thought this forum deserved a 'Currently Listening To...' topic, so here it is!

    Now Playing: Octavarium by Dream Theater (24 minutes of sheer genius!)

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    Previous Currently Listening... thread was in Members Chat board, so in fact you could write there about non-classical music too.

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    Listening to The Killers,Hot Fuss. Undoubtedly their best album
    And all those moments are soon lost,like tears in the rain•••

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    YES - TALES FROM TOPOGRAPHIC OCEANS

    Has to be the best 4 20 minute plus songs in rock history!' (my opinion of course)

    Kevin

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    Normally I would be listening to classic progressive rock like Topographic Oceans or Jethro Tull's A Passion Play (the finest 48 minute plus song in rock history. )

    But this weekend I'm delving deeply into the singer songwriter genre in the album Roadsinger by Yusuf who sounds exactly like an early 1970's Cat Stevens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston View Post
    this weekend I'm delving deeply into the singer songwriter genre in the album Roadsinger by Yusuf who sounds exactly like an early 1970's Cat Stevens.
    Yea he's still got it!
    And all those moments are soon lost,like tears in the rain•••

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    At your feet by Crowded house

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    Default What Are You Listening To Right Now?

    I know this is a classical forum, but I am sure many of us listen to other stuff too. What is on right now? Currently, I happen to be listening to Miles Davis' Birdland 1951.

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    Rounds by Four Tet. Folky, electronic goodness

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    Both are excellent.

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    Argus, Money Jungle is my favorite album!

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    Autechre - Krib

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    Been on a big Electric Wizard kick over the weekend. Listening to these:







    They even inspired me to get my SG out of hibernation, along with my Big Muff and Memory Man, lay down some heavy riffs/chordal beds, loop them and do some seriously crazy improvisation. Put my RAT, Bad Monkey and Muff on together and got some sweet feedback/sustain. After playing classical guitar exclusively for the past 6 months, I was surprised how quickly I got back into the groove. A lot of that last paragraph will be confusing to non-guitarists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignis Fatuus View Post
    Rounds by Four Tet. Folky, electronic goodness
    That's a good record, I really like Four Tet.
    Life is a long lesson in humility.

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